Pascha is just around the corner and the Greek Kitchen has you covered with Baklava, Spanakopita, Tiropites, and Galatobourikou. Orders are due by Sunday, April 10th with pick-up at the Holy Trinity Community Center on Friday - April 15th, Saturday - April 16th, and...
In Honor of Greek Independence Day we are raising the Greek flag on Friday, March 25 @ 11:30 in front of One Government Centre in downtown Toledo. If you would like to carpool to the site we will be meeting at the church at 11:00 to consolidate cars.
The Pan-Orthodox Fellowship invites you to the Sunday of Orthodoxy Great Vespers at St. George Antiochian Orthodox Cathedral on Sunday, March 13th at 6PM.
The Philoptochos Lenten Retreat & Service Project will be held March 25th, 2022 at 5:00 pm. Please join us for a “Baby Shower” benefiting Heartbeat of Toledo, a non-profit organization that has proudly served Toledo and surrounding areas since 1971. They offer information to women facing pregnancy and help families in need. Everyone is welcome at this FREE event!
Man of God will be available for one show only at the Fallen Timbers 14, Monday March 21st at 7:00 PM. Exiled unjustly, convicted without trial, slandered without cause. Man of God depicts the trials and tribulations of Saint Nektarios of Aegina, as he bears the unjust hatred of his enemies while preaching the Word of God.
Join us on March 4th for an evening with Gus Constantellis. Gus is a first-generation Greek-American comedian and TV writer. He brings his unique perspective of growing up in NYC with Greek immigrant parents including his wildly popular impression of his “Greek Mom”.
Pan Orthodox Toledo invites you to the Pre-Lenten Retreat with guest speaker His Grace, Bishop Anthony. The topic of his presentation will be In God’s Image, Our Lenten Journey to Restore Our Humanity. Join us Saturday, March 5th @ 1:00. Hosted by St. Elias Antiochian Orthodox Church.
The Souper Bowl of Caring will be on February 13th. The GOYA will be selling soup for charity. The soup will be $5 for an unlimited bowl, and $7 for a quart. The kids will be ready to serve you following the Liturgy. All proceeds will go to the International Orthodox Christian Charities (IOCC).
All God-parents and God-children are encouraged to be present in Church on February 13th and prepare to receive Holy Communion together. There will be a short prayer service as well to bless our God-parents and God-children.
Join us for Loukoumades on Sunday, February 20th following the Divine Liturgy at the Greek Educational Building. Cost: $3.00 for 6 or $6.00 for 12. Come hungry!
Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Detroit presents the Transformative Christianity Webinar Series. Join us for a 10-part webinar series to find out what Orthodox Christianity really has to offer to us and to the world! Wednesday, February 2nd at 7pm.
Toledo AHEPA Family is sponsoring the Apokriatiko Luncheon on Sunday, February 27th following the Divine Liturgy. We will have Kokkinisto Beef & Makaronatha, Makaronatha for the Kiddies, Cash Bar, and Greek Music to Enjoy or Dance To. Adults – $15.00 & Under 12 – $7.00 Tickets will be available after Church.